Sony Pictures has once again changed the distribution schedule of the movie, Unknown: Drake's Luck, which is planned to be movieed based on the popular series of games about the adventurer Nathan Drake. As stated in a note by The Hollywood Reporter, it will not be released on December 18, 2020, as previously planned, but on March 5, 2021.
The exact reasons for what happened are not named, but, most likely, the changes are related to the fact that another director left the project. Recall that in December 2012, Travis Knight refused to participate in the project. The official announcement insisted that this was due to a conflict in movieing schedules.
Previously, many other famous directors, among whom were Dan Traktenberg, refused the movie adaptation. Seth Gordon, Sean Levy and others. It is expected that the tape will tell about Drake's youth and his formation. Tom Holland is still planning to play the lead role.
The popular third-person action-adventure shooter "Uncharted" debuted in 2007. The latest episode, "Uncharted 4: A Thief's End," as of this post, premiered in 2016.
The Topic of Article: Sony Pictures has postponed the release of the movie adaptation of Uncharted again.